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Paper Back . New. (Size:21.5x14cms.), In response to public concern about the effects of plastics on the environment and in particular the damaging effects of sea litter on animals and birds, legislation is being enacted or is pending in many countries to ban non-degradable packing, finishing nets etc. Waste plastics suffocate soil; clog drainage and lead to a whole lot of ecological problems-they have debilitating effect on ecology. Environmentally acceptable degradable polymers have been defined as polymers that degrade in the environment by several mechanisms and culminate in complete biodegradation so that no residue remains in the environment. The present book gives thorough information to biodegradable plastic and polymers. This is an excellent book for scientist’s engineers, students and industrial researchers in the field of bio-based materials. 8178330350 xviii+650 Yr. of Pub., Hard Bound . New. (Size: 23.5x15.5 cms.), Contents, Preface, 1 Historical Introduction, 2 Types of Polymeric Substance: Definitions and Classifications, 3 Molecular Size and Chemical Reactivity: Principles of Condensation Polymerization, 4 Polymerization of Unsaturated Monomers by Free Radical Mechanisms, 5 Copolymerization, Emulsion Polymerization and Ionic Polymerization, 6 The Structure of Vinyl Polymers, 7 Determination of Molecular Weight, 8 Molecular Weight Distributions in Linear Polymers, 9 Molecular Weight Distributions in Nonlinear Polymers and The Theory of Gelation, 10 Configuration of Polymer Chains, 11 Rubber Elasticity, 12 Statistical Thermodynamics of Polymer Solutions, 13 Phase Equilibria in Polymer Systems, 14 Configurational and Frictional Properties of The Polymer Molecule in Dilute Solution, References, Glossary of Principal Symbols, Author Index, Subject Index. 8184120133 xvi+672 Yr. of Pub.2006 International Edition, Baltimore: University Park Press, 1979 Proceedings of the Yamada Conference I on Cell Motility Controlled by Actin, Myosin, and Related Proteins, Nagoya, Japan, September 11-13, 1978. Hefty hardbound without DJ, 8vo, 6¼" x 9", 696 pages, coated paper, many b&w photos. Ex university library, with spine label, stamps here and there, stickers on endpapers. No pocket. Slight spine twist, some faint smudging on front board, titling bright but partly obscured by spine label. Hinges firm. Minimal tanning, no evident markings of text. Same-day shipping, with Delivery Confirmation, of orders received by noon Pacific Time. Contents: 1) Behavior of Contractile Proteins in Muscle and Other Systems. Part I: Actin, Myosin, and Regulatory Proteins (A). 2) Ca2+-Sensitive Contractile Protein from Leucocytes. 3) The Contractile Proteins of Physarum polycephalum and Actin Polymerization in Plasmodial Extracts. 4) Studies on the Polymer State of Actin in Physarum polycephalum. 5) Assembly and Disassembly on F-actin Filaments in Physarum Plasmodium and Physarum Actinin. 6) Aggregation Properties of Non-Muscle Myosins. Part II: Actin, Myosin, and Regulatory Proteins (B). 7) Alpha Actinin-like Proteins. 8) A Proposal for the Molecular Basis of Cytoplasmic Streaming. 9) Role of Myosin and Actin in Cell Division of Echinoderm Eggs. 10) Actin from the Cortical Layer of Sea Urchin Eggs before and after Fertilization. 11) Actin-binding Protein. 12) Ca2+ Uptake of Physarum Microsomal Vesicles. 13) Regulatory Mechanisms of Muscle Contraction. Part III: Cinematographic Demonstration of Cell Motility. 14) Rotation of Cytoplasmic Protrusions in the Centrifuged Internodial Cells of Nitella. 15) Filament-Dynamics of Nitella. 16) Cinematographic Analysis of Ruffling Movement of L Cells. 17) The Movement of the Neuron – Elongation and Retraction of Nerve Fibers and Filopodia. 18) Contraction in Skinned Fibers. 19) Behavior of Mitotic Spindles in Dividing Cells – Description of a Film. Part IV: Cell Movement. 20) The Torsional Movement of Tropomyosin and the Molecular Mechanism of the Thin Filament Motion. 21) Ultrastructural Aspects of Cytoplasmic Streaming in Characean Cells. 22) Motile Models of Plant Cells and the Immunofluorescent Localization of Actin in a Motile Chara Cell Model. 23) Movement of Cytoplasm in a Membrane-Free System. 24) The Solation-Contraction Coupling Hypothesis of Cell Movements. 25) Evidence for Actin Transformations during the Contraction-Relaxation Cycle of Cytoplasmic Actomyosin: Cycle Blockage by Phalloidin Injection. 26) Dynamic Aspects of Movement in the Myxomycete Plasmodium. Part V: Distribution and Localization. Part V: Distribution and Localization. 27) Identification and Distribution of Intracellular Filaments. 28) A Reassessment of the Distribution of F-Action in Cultured Cells. 29) Myosin Filament in Vertebrate Smooth Muscle. 30) Microfilaments, Microtubules, and Intermediate Filaments in Immunofluorescence Microscopy. 31) Cell Shape and Actin Filaments. 32) Membrane-Associated Myosin of Tissue Cells. 33) Studies on the Structure, Interaction with Actin, and Function of Desmin and Intermediate Filaments in Chicken Muscle Cells. 34) General Comments. Part VI: Cell Division. 35) Assembly and Disassembly of the Mitotic Spindle. 36) Anaphase – Stage Unknown. 37) Anaphase Chromosome Movement: Studies Using Lysed Mitotic Cells. 38) Chromosome Motion in the Isolated Mitotic Apparatus and Comparison with in vivo Anaphase A. 39) Immunofluorescent Studies on Actin and Dynein Distribution in Mitotic Cells. 40) Actin Polymerization and Function in the Sea Urchin Egg. 41) Mechanical Properties of the Dividing Sea Urchin Egg. 42) Relationships between the Cleavage Activity in Sea Urchin Eggs and the Distribution of Neutral Red Stainable Granules and of Tubulin-Paracrystals. 43) Dynein in Cell Division. 44) Cell Motility and the Organization of Actin and Myosin in Non-Muscle Cells., Baltimore: University Park Press, 1979

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[EAN: 9780839114741], Gebraucht, guter Zustand, [PU: Baltimore: University Park Press], ACAD ACTIN AND MYOSIN FILAMENTS POLYMERIZATION ACTININ ACTOMYOSIN AGGREGATION ALPHA ANAPHASE ANTIBODY ATPASE ACTIVITY BAJER BIOCHEM BIOPHYS BIREFRINGENCE BUFFER BUNDLES CA2+ CALCIUM CELL BIOL MOTILITY CHROMOSOME MOVEMENT CLEAVAGE CONCENTRATION CONTRACTION CORTICAL CULTURED CYTOCHALASIN CYTOPLASMIC STREAMING DALTONS DESMIN DYNEIN EBASHI EGTA ELECTRON MICROSCOPY ENDOPLASM EXTRACT F-ACTIN FIBERS FIBRILS FLUORESCENCE FRACTION GELATION HATANO HEAVY MEROMYOSIN IMMUNOFLUORESCENCE INDIRECT INHIBITED INHIBITOR INTERACTION INTERMEDIATE ISOLATED KAMIYA KINETOCHORE LAZARIDES LEIOTONIN LEUCOCYTE MECHANISM MG/ML MGCL2 MICROFILAMENTS MICROSCOPE MICROSOMES MICROTUBULES MITOSIS MITOTIC SPINDLE MOLECULAR WEIGHT MOLECULES MUSCLE NACHMIAS NEGATIVELY STAINED NON-MUSCLE CELLS OBSERVED ORGANELLES PHALLOIDIN PHRAGMOPLAST PHYSARUM PLASMA MEMBRANE PLASMODIAL PLASMODIUM POLARITY POLLARD PRESENT PROC PROMETAPHASE PROTOPLASMIC PURIFIED SEA URCHIN EGGS SHOWS SKELETAL SMOOTH SPUDICH STRAND STRIATED STRUCTURE SUPERNATANT SUPERPRECIPITATION TENSION THIN TION TROPOMYOSIN TROPONIN TUBULIN VITRO WOHLFARTH-BOTTERMANN, Proceedings of the Yamada Conference I on Cell Motility Controlled by Actin, Myosin, and Related Proteins, Nagoya, Japan, September 11-13, 1978. Hefty hardbound without DJ, 8vo, 6¼" x 9", 696 pages, coated paper, many b&w photos. Ex university library, with spine label, stamps here and there, stickers on endpapers. No pocket. Slight spine twist, some faint smudging on front board, titling bright but partly obscured by spine label. Hinges firm. Minimal tanning, no evident markings of text. Same-day shipping, with Delivery Confirmation, of orders received by noon Pacific Time. Contents: 1) Behavior of Contractile Proteins in Muscle and Other Systems. Part I: Actin, Myosin, and Regulatory Proteins (A). 2) Ca2+-Sensitive Contractile Protein from Leucocytes. 3) The Contractile Proteins of Physarum polycephalum and Actin Polymerization in Plasmodial Extracts. 4) Studies on the Polymer State of Actin in Physarum polycephalum. 5) Assembly and Disassembly on F-actin Filaments in Physarum Plasmodium and Physarum Actinin. 6) Aggregation Properties of Non-Muscle Myosins. Part II: Actin, Myosin, and Regulatory Proteins (B). 7) Alpha Actinin-like Proteins. 8) A Proposal for the Molecular Basis of Cytoplasmic Streaming. 9) Role of Myosin and Actin in Cell Division of Echinoderm Eggs. 10) Actin from the Cortical Layer of Sea Urchin Eggs before and after Fertilization. 11) Actin-binding Protein. 12) Ca2+ Uptake of Physarum Microsomal Vesicles. 13) Regulatory Mechanisms of Muscle Contraction. Part III: Cinematographic Demonstration of Cell Motility. 14) Rotation of Cytoplasmic Protrusions in the Centrifuged Internodial Cells of Nitella. 15) Filament-Dynamics of Nitella. 16) Cinematographic Analysis of Ruffling Movement of L Cells. 17) The Movement of the Neuron – Elongation and Retraction of Nerve Fibers and Filopodia. 18) Contraction in Skinned Fibers. 19) Behavior of Mitotic Spindles in Dividing Cells – Description of a Film. Part IV: Cell Movement. 20) The Torsional Movement of Tropomyosin and the Molecular Mechanism of the Thin Filament Motion. 21) Ultrastructural Aspects of Cytoplasmic Streaming in Characean Cells. 22) Motile Models of Plant Cells and the Immunofluorescent Localization of Actin in a Motile Chara Cell Model. 23) Movement of Cytoplasm in a Membrane-Free System. 24) The Solation-Contraction Coupling Hypothesis of Cell Movements. 25) Evidence for Actin Transformations during the Contraction-Relaxation Cycle of Cytoplasmic Actomyosin: Cycle Blockage by Phalloidin Injection. 26) Dynamic Aspects of Movement in the Myxomycete Plasmodium. Part V: Distribution and Localization. Part V: Distribution and Localization. 27) Identification and Distribution of Intracellular Filaments. 28) A Reassessment of the Distribution of F-Action in Cultured Cells. 29) Myosin Filament in Vertebrate Smooth Muscle. 30) Microfilaments, Microtubules, and Intermediate Filaments in Immunofluorescence Microscopy. 31) Cell Shape and Actin Filaments. 32) Membrane-Associated Myosin of Tissue Cells. 33) Studies on the Structure, Interaction with Actin, and Function of Desmin and Intermediate Filaments in Chicken Muscle Cells. 34) General Comments. Part VI: Cell Division. 35) Assembly and Disassembly of the Mitotic Spindle. 36) Anaphase – Stage Unknown. 37) Anaphase Chromosome Movement: Studies Using Lysed Mitotic Cells. 38) Chromosome Motion in the Isolated Mitotic Apparatus and Comparison with in vivo Anaphase A. 39) Immunofluorescent Studies on Actin and Dynein Distribution in Mitotic Cells. 40) Actin Polymerization and Function in the Sea Urchin Egg. 41) Mechanical Properties of the Dividing Sea Urchin Egg. 42) Relationships between the Cleavage Activity in Sea Urchin Eggs and the Distribution of Neutral Red Stainable Granules and of Tubulin-Paracrystals. 43) Dynein in Cell Division. 44) Cell Motility and the Organization of Actin and Myosin in Non-Muscle Cells.

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Baltimore: University Park Press, 1979 Proceedings of the Yamada Conference I on Cell Motility Controlled by Actin, Myosin, and Related Proteins, Nagoya, Japan, September 11-13, 1978. Hefty hardbound without DJ, 8vo, 6¼" x 9", 696 pages, coated paper, many b&w photos. Ex university library, with spine label, stamps here and there, stickers on endpapers. No pocket. Slight spine twist, some faint smudging on front board, titling bright but partly obscured by spine label. Hinges firm. Minimal tanning, no evident markings of text. Same-day shipping, with Delivery Confirmation, of orders received by noon Pacific Time. Contents: 1) Behavior of Contractile Proteins in Muscle and Other Systems. Part I: Actin, Myosin, and Regulatory Proteins (A). 2) Ca2+-Sensitive Contractile Protein from Leucocytes. 3) The Contractile Proteins of Physarum polycephalum and Actin Polymerization in Plasmodial Extracts. 4) Studies on the Polymer State of Actin in Physarum polycephalum. 5) Assembly and Disassembly on F-actin Filaments in Physarum Plasmodium and Physarum Actinin. 6) Aggregation Properties of Non-Muscle Myosins. Part II: Actin, Myosin, and Regulatory Proteins (B). 7) Alpha Actinin-like Proteins. 8) A Proposal for the Molecular Basis of Cytoplasmic Streaming. 9) Role of Myosin and Actin in Cell Division of Echinoderm Eggs. 10) Actin from the Cortical Layer of Sea Urchin Eggs before and after Fertilization. 11) Actin-binding Protein. 12) Ca2+ Uptake of Physarum Microsomal Vesicles. 13) Regulatory Mechanisms of Muscle Contraction. Part III: Cinematographic Demonstration of Cell Motility. 14) Rotation of Cytoplasmic Protrusions in the Centrifuged Internodial Cells of Nitella. 15) Filament-Dynamics of Nitella. 16) Cinematographic Analysis of Ruffling Movement of L Cells. 17) The Movement of the Neuron – Elongation and Retraction of Nerve Fibers and Filopodia. 18) Contraction in Skinned Fibers. 19) Behavior of Mitotic Spindles in Dividing Cells – Description of a Film. Part IV: Cell Movement. 20) The Torsional Movement of Tropomyosin and the Molecular Mechanism of the Thin Filament Motion. 21) Ultrastructural Aspects of Cytoplasmic Streaming in Characean Cells. 22) Motile Models of Plant Cells and the Immunofluorescent Localization of Actin in a Motile Chara Cell Model. 23) Movement of Cytoplasm in a Membrane-Free System. 24) The Solation-Contraction Coupling Hypothesis of Cell Movements. 25) Evidence for Actin Transformations during the Contraction-Relaxation Cycle of Cytoplasmic Actomyosin: Cycle Blockage by Phalloidin Injection. 26) Dynamic Aspects of Movement in the Myxomycete Plasmodium. Part V: Distribution and Localization. Part V: Distribution and Localization. 27) Identification and Distribution of Intracellular Filaments. 28) A Reassessment of the Distribution of F-Action in Cultured Cells. 29) Myosin Filament in Vertebrate Smooth Muscle. 30) Microfilaments, Microtubules, and Intermediate Filaments in Immunofluorescence Microscopy. 31) Cell Shape and Actin Filaments. 32) Membrane-Associated Myosin of Tissue Cells. 33) Studies on the Structure, Interaction with Actin, and Function of Desmin and Intermediate Filaments in Chicken Muscle Cells. 34) General Comments. Part VI: Cell Division. 35) Assembly and Disassembly of the Mitotic Spindle. 36) Anaphase – Stage Unknown. 37) Anaphase Chromosome Movement: Studies Using Lysed Mitotic Cells. 38) Chromosome Motion in the Isolated Mitotic Apparatus and Comparison with in vivo Anaphase A. 39) Immunofluorescent Studies on Actin and Dynein Distribution in Mitotic Cells. 40) Actin Polymerization and Function in the Sea Urchin Egg. 41) Mechanical Properties of the Dividing Sea Urchin Egg. 42) Relationships between the Cleavage Activity in Sea Urchin Eggs and the Distribution of Neutral Red Stainable Granules and of Tubulin-Paracrystals. 43) Dynein in Cell Division. 44) Cell Motility and the Organization of Actin and Myosin in Non-Muscle Cells., Baltimore: University Park Press, 1979

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Good. Microbiology University Park Press Baltimore 1979 Hardbound Proceedings of the Yamada Conference I on Cell Motility Controlled by Actin, Myosin, and Related Proteins, Nagoya, Japan, September 11-13, 1978. Hefty hardbound without DJ, 8vo, 6¼" x 9", 696 pages, coated paper, many b&w photos. Ex university library, with spine label, stamps here and there, stickers on endpapers. No pocket. Slight spine twist, some faint smudging on front board, titling bright but partly obscured by spine label. Hinges firm. Minimal tanning, no evident markings of text. Same-day shipping, with Delivery Confirmation, of orders received by noon Pacific Time. Contents: 1) Behavior of Contractile Proteins in Muscle and Other Systems. Part I: Actin, Myosin, and Regulatory Proteins (A). 2) Ca2+-Sensitive Contractile Protein from Leucocytes. 3) The Contractile Proteins of Physarum polycephalum and Actin Polymerization in Plasmodial Extracts. 4) Studies on the Polymer State of Actin in Physarum polycephalum. 5) Assembly and Disassembly on F-actin Filaments in Physarum Plasmodium and Physarum Actinin. 6) Aggregation Properties of Non-Muscle Myosins. Part II:Actin, Myosin, and Regulatory Proteins (B). 7) Alpha Actinin-like Proteins. 8) A Proposal for the Molecular Basis of Cytoplasmic Streaming. 9) Role of Myosin and Actin in Cell Division of Echinoderm Eggs. 10) Actin from the Cortical Layer of Sea Urchin Eggs before and after Fertilization. 11) Actin-binding Protein. 12) Ca2+ Uptake of Physarum Microsomal Vesicles.13) Regulatory Mechanisms of Muscle Contraction. Part III: Cinematographic Demonstration of Cell Motility. 14) Rotation of, University Park Press, 1979

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University of Tokyo Press, 1979. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Hardcover w/ dust jacket. Very good condition with minor shelf scuffing and small tears to dust jacket; pages clean and tight in binding. Proceedings of Yamada Conference I on Cell Motility Controlled by Actin, Myosin, and Related Proteins held at Nagoya on Sept. 11-13, 1978. Sadashi Hatano (Ed.), Cell Motility: Molecules and Organization; University of Tokyo Press,1979 ISBN: 0839114745=Photos/Scans available upon request. Safe and secure shipping of your items., University of Tokyo Press, 1979

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